SPOILER ALERT: Do not keep reading if you have not seen Episode 6 of Season 9 of “The Walking Dead,” titled “Who Are You Now?” The post-Rick Grimes world of “The Walking Dead” came into focus with this week’s episode, introducing several new characters while offering a fresh look at some old ones. Years have […]
Andrew Lincoln will stay in the “Walking Dead” universe. The AMC series veteran has signed on to play the iconic character Rick Grimes in multiple feature-length projects in development at the cable network. A series of AMC Studios Original Films, starring Lincoln and written by “Walking Dead” chief content officer Scott Gimple are planned to continue […]
(UPDATED with AMC attorney statement) Charlie Collier is leaving AMC for a corner suite at New Fox ASAP and Andrew Lincoln is exiting The Walking Dead in the next couple of weeks but the nearly five-year legal all-out war between the cabler and Frank Darabont and CAA over profits from the zombie apocalypse series is going strong – as a letter in New York Supreme Court today made very clear, again. “This lawsuit is not about the scope of Plaintiffs' ‘audit rights’—it is…
Something staggering has happened with the ninth season of The Walking Dead – the show has become unmissable once again. Episode three, somewhat ironically titled “Warning Signs,” is the best Walking Dead episode in years. New showrunner Angela Kang has been writing episodes for this show since its second season, and it shows.
The synopses for the next five episodes of The Walking Dead have been released – and it seems Andrew Lincoln is leaving the show sooner than expected. Which episode exactly will mark the departure of Rick Grimes remains to be seen, but AMC’s decision to release a synopsis for every episode bar the ninth season’s sixth outing hints that it could arrive as early as three weeks.
NEW YORK (AP) — Scott Wilson, who played the murderer Richard Hickock in 1967's "In Cold Blood" and was a series regular on "The Walking Dead," has died. He was 76.
Despite recording some of its lowest ever ratings last season, The Walking Dead is forging ahead with a complex '10 year plan', according to reports.
AMC has unveiled new key art for Season 9 of The Walking Dead featuring Andrew Lincoln’s Rick Grimes front and center, with Carol (Melissa McBride), Michonne (Danai Gurira), Maggie (Lauren Cohan) and Daryl (Norman Reedus) in the background amidst a decayed D.C. and that familiar recurring helicopter. (See below). Of course, Lincoln confirmed at San Diego Comic-Con that the upcoming ninth season will be his last. The Season 9 synopsis per AMC: Last season brought the…
“The Walking Dead” Season 9 premiere is inching closer, and we’re passing the weeks by obsessing over every detail we know so far about the next installment of the AMC zombie drama series. Last month’s San Diego Comic-Con revealed several new cast members — including “The 100” star Nadia Hilker as Magna and Samantha Morton as Alpha — and leading man Andrew Lincoln saying goodbye, among plenty of other tidbits.
Hardwick returned to host “Talking Dead” on Sunday night after being reinstated by AMC following sexual abuse allegations. He thanked the “Walking Dead” community for its support.
Andrew Lincoln has said the fact that his office was thousands of miles away from his family finally caused him to quit The Walking Dead.
'Into the Badland's' star Lewis Tan has come up with a convincing hypothesis about all three of these AMC TV shows.
The stars of The Walking Dead spilled the beans at Comic-Con all about what we can expect from season 9. Here's what they had to say.
EXCLUSIVE : Hot off The Walking Dead and Black Panther , Danai Gurira is in early talks to star in Godzilla vs Kong , the fourth installment of the Legendary/Warner Bros. cinematic universe that Adam Wingard will direct for May 22, 2020 release. They are building out the cast, and Gurira will join Millie Bobby Brown, and Julian Dennison. At the same time, sources said she is also circling the net Star Trek film at Paramount, the one that brought on S.J. Clarkson to become…
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